2002 Subject Indexes


From 10 December to 13 December       Speech Indexes       All years

EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS

amdts, amendments; ba, bill agreed to; detail, debated at the detail stage; expst, explanatory statement; m, motion; mfd, motion for disallowance; mnrs, ministerial response; mnst, ministerial statement; mso, motion for the suspension of standing orders; mgc, motion of grave concern; mnc, motion of no confidence; mwc, motion of want of confidence; nm, notice of motion; psm, paper and statement by minister; perexp, personal explanation; prin, debated at the in-principle stage; q, question; qn, question on notice; refcom, reference to committee; wdrl, withdrawal.


A B C D E F G H I J L M O P R S T U V W Y

Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders

ATSIC board meeting, 379

Disadvantages, 1418q

Education, 244, 3043, 4113

Employment, 3213q

Health, 2035, 2083

Policies, min st, 151

Recognition, 96, 99

Reconciliation, 3828q

Suffrage, 1852

Tent embassy, 906q, 1102qn, 2087qn, qn, 2786qn, 2829q, 3050, 3380qn, 3381qn, 4046qn

Traditional lands, 785

Abortion

Legislation, 105, 109, 543, 800, 875, 1185, 1595, 1897, 2495, 2501, 2544, 2570, 2601; mso, 2618; 2626, 2633, 2790

Policies, 3872

Rally, 967

ACTTAB

Annual report, 4041qn

Headquarters relocation, 144q, 237q, 345q

Advertising

Children’s television, 3187

Legal profession, 2500

Ministerial staff, 3529q, 3533q, 3538q

Aged persons

Facilities, 292qn

Allan, Mr J

Death, 873

Animals

RSPCA, 3090

Arndt, Professor H

Death, 1385

Arts and letters

ACT Writers Centre, 4496

Community exhibition space, 2198q

Craft exhibitions, 3978

Dance extravaganza, 2997

National Institute of the Arts, 3442

Policies, min st, 246

Weekend of ideas, 2156qn

Attorney-General

Staff, 1466qn

Auditor-General

Expenditure, 2840

Reports, 73, 150, 360, 828, 1848, 2268, 2453, 3042, 4257

Australia Day

Celebration, 3603, 4096q

Australian War Memorial

Tourist award, 1377

Aviation

Ansett Airlines, 1346

Canberra airport, 3481, 3524q

Impulse Airlines, 147q

Banking

Community bank, 2996

Bender, Miss Katie

Settlement, 4089q, 4203, 4255q

Bicycles

Bus bike racks, 1723q

Fines, 1487qn

BILLS

ACTION Authority Amendment Bill 2001, prin, 280

ACTION Authority Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 4379

Administrative Appeals Tribunal Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3629, 3971; detail, 3977, 4483; amendments, 4511, 4512

Adventure Activities (Liability) Bill 2002, prin, 2921, 3196

Appropriation Bill 2002-2003, presentation, 2199; prin, 2345; reference to committee, 2385, updates, 2458, prin, 2794; detail, 2839, (ACT Executive) 2840, (Auditor-General) 2840, (Chief Minister’s) 2840, (ACT WorkCover) 2860, (Treasury) 2872, (Central Financing Unit) 2877, (Home Loan Portfolio) 2877, (InTACT) 2877, (Superannuation Unit) 2878, (Health and Community Care) 2894, (Urban Services) 2903, 3005, (Land) 3015, (ACT Forests) 3015, (Disability, Housing and Community Services) 3018, (ACT Housing) 3056, (Justice and Community Safety) 3058, (Education and Community Services) 3072, (Treasurer’s Advance) 3081; amendments, 2913, 3097

Appropriation Bill 2001-2002 (No 2), prin, 90, 265

Appropriation Bill 2001-2002 (No 3), prin, 313, 1053

Artificial Conception Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1985, 2179

Building Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1391, 1761; detail, 1774; amendments, 1779, 1780

Building (Water Efficiency) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3491

Cemeteries and Crematoria Bill 2002, prin, 1688, 2005, 2063, reference to committee, 2066; detail, 2072, 4063

Cemeteries and Crematoria Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 4376

Civil Law (Wrongs) Bill 2002, prin, 2423, 3154, 3294; detail, 3342, 3366; amendments, 3369, 3371, 3372, 3374

Civil Law (Wrongs) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3282

Civil Law (Wrongs) Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 3487

Community Based Sentences (Transfer) Bill 2002, prin, 4374

Community Referendum Bill 2002, prin, 2918, 2995

Confiscation of Criminal Assets Bill 2002, prin, 3886

Cooperatives Bill 2002, prin, 2637, 3715; detail, 3765; amendment, 3777, 3780

Costing of Election Commitments Bill 2002, prin, 4206

Crimes (Abolition of Offence of Abortion) Bill 2001, prin, 105, 2501, 2544

Crimes Amendment Bill 2001 (No 2), prin, 88, 375, 544, 565; detail, 572; amendments, 591, 592

Crimes Amendment Bill 2001 (No 3), prin, 114

Crimes Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3488

Crimes (Bushfires) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 451, 1190

Crimes (Industrial Manslaughter) Bill 2002, prin, 4381

Criminal Code 2002, prin, 3278, 3681, 3977, 4063; detail, 4072, 4127; amendments, 4186, 4191

Criminal Code Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 312, 545

Discrimination Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 876, 1675, 1901; detail, 1914; amendments, 1983

Discrimination Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 3889

Districts Bill 2002, prin, 1393, 3367

Domestic Animals (Amendment) Bill 2002, prin, 3284

Domestic Animals Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3681

Drugs of Dependence Amendment Bill 2001 (No 2), prin, 89, 278

Drugs of Dependence Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 685, 1409, 1534; detail, 1535, 1538; amendments, 1594

Duties (Insurance Exemptions) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1687, 2072; detail, 2075; amendments, 2085

Duties (Personal Relationship Agreements) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1389, 1760

Duties Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 686, 1051

Duties Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 4371

Education Bill 2002, 2388

Electoral Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 599

Electoral Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 2999, 3149

Fair Trading Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 594, 3083; detail, 3087; amendments, 3101

Financial Legislation (Integrity and Responsibility) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 4209

Financial Management Amendment Bill 2001 (No 4), prin, 91, 274; detail, 276; amendments, 287

Financial Management Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 2645, 3362

First Home Owner Grant Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 971, 1539

Gaming Machine (Cap) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 973, 1199

Gaming Machine (Women’s Sports) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 972, 1815, 1865; detail, 1870; amendments, 1895

Gene Technology Bill 2002, prin, 456

Hawkers Bill 2002, prin, 4378

Health and Community Care Services (Repeal and Consequential Amendments) Bill 2002, prin, 3893, 4072; detail, 4079; amendments, 4185

Health Regulation (Maternal Health Information) Repeal Bill 2001, prin, 109, 2570

Injuries Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 2495

Inquiries Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 381, 1606

Insurance Compensation Framework Bill 2002, prin, 2497, 3196

Justice and Community Safety Legislation Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 2323, 2663; detail, 2712; amendments, 2721

Justice and Community Safety Legislation Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 4363

Lakes Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3285, 3977

Land (Planning and Environment) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 379, 3256; detail, 3261; amendments, 3269

Land (Planning and Environment) Legislation Amendment Bill 2001, prin, 112

Law Reform (Miscellaneous Provisions) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 2643, 3174

Legal Practitioners Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 2500, 3196

Legislation Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 452, 1395; detail, 1408, 1525; amendments, 1591, 1593

Legislation (Gay, Lesbian and Transgender) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 4368

Legislative Assembly (Broadcasting) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3785, 4212

Legislative Assembly Precincts Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3785, 4213

Litter Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3782

Magistrates Court (Refund of Fees) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 2219, 3244; detail, 3248

Maternal Health Legislation Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1897, 2626

Medical Practitioners (Maternal Health) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1595, 2570; detail, 2607, amendments, 2633, 2634, 2635

Mental Health (Treatment and Care) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3000, 3151

National Environment Protection Council Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3634

Pharmacy Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 683, 688, 738

Planning and Land Bill 2002, prin, 2325, 3947; detail, 4157, 4455; amendments, 4192, 4199, 4455, 4499, 4506, 4508

Planning and Land (Consequential Amendments) Bill 2002, prin, 3286, 3965 ; detail, 4476; amendments, 4509, 4511

Plant Diseases Bill 2002, prin, 2324, 2663, 3366, 3472; detail, 3475; amendments, 3486

Prostitution Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3001, 3177

Public Access to Government Contracts Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 2644, 3463; detail, 3465; amendments, 3485

Public Access to Government Contracts Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), 4204

Public Place Names Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3781, 4295

Rates and Land Tax Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1390, 1807

Rehabilitation of Offenders (Interim) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 320

Rehabilitation of Offenders (Interim) Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2), prin, 3891, 4086, 4126

Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 2211, 2794

Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2) prin, 3633, 4080

Road Transport (Driver Licensing) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 457, 741

Road Transport Legislation Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1691, 2482; detail, 2487; amendments, 2493

Security Industry Bill 2002, prin, 4365

Statute Law Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1388, 2005, 2182; detail, 2183, 2482, 3082; amendments, 3100

Statute Law Amendment Bill 2002 (No 2) prin, 3631, 4083; detail, 4085; amendments, 4185

Supreme Court Amendment Bill 2001 (No 2), prin, 116

Taxation (Government Business Enterprises) Bill 2002, prin, 4373

Territory Records Bill 2002, prin, 974, 1874; detail, 1880; amendments, 1896

Treasury Legislation Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 686, 1052

Workers Compensation (Acts of Terrorism) Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 1986, 2182, 2333; detail, 2337; amendments, 2393

Workers Compensation Supplementation Fund Amendment Bill 2002, prin, 3003, 3417

Branson, Mr D

Death, 282, 283, 284

Brindabella

Election promises, 2242, 2283

Broadcasting and television

Commercial radio services, 1950, 1957

Guidelines, 601, 693

McKinnon, Ms M., 2084

News services, 383, 423, 3032q

Budget 2002-2003

Conditions, 1238

Consultation, 1226q, 2213, 2650

Debates, 2345, 2794

Education, 2343q

Government expenditure, 2405

Justice, 2339q

Leaks, 2197q

Police numbers, 2342q

Presentation, 2199

Productivity savings, 2338q

Responses, 2250q

Update, 2458

Vision, 2342q

(See also FINANCE)

Budget 2003-2004

Consultation, 4110

Building and construction

Environmental damage, 4517qn

Gas line breakage, 1491qn

Insurance, 1391, 1761

Red Hill property damage, 4514qn

Bushfires

Cooperative Research Centre, 4238q

Cost, 764qn

Criminal offences, 451

Legislation, 1190

Mount Painter, 1460qn

Safety education, 3570, 3578

Volunteers, 321

Business

Animals Afloat, 880

Canberra racecourse premises, 1137qn

Competition, public-owned bodies, 2783qn

Cooperatives, 2637, 3715, 3765, 3777, 3780

Corporations, 824q, 921q

Hawkers, 4378

ICT Centre of Excellence, 3393qn

Milk vending, 3772

Pharmacists, 683, 688, 738

Phillip trades area, 4522qn

Regulation review, 3929

Retail competition, 3786

Security industry, regulations, 4365

Support, 2953q

Taxes, 4373

Territory-owned corporations, 300qn, 371

Trading legislation, 594

Yellow Pages index, 4251q

Callus, Mrs U

Death, 96

Campbell, Mr A

Death, 2082

Canberra Day

Celebrations, 472q, 709q

Canberra Museum and Gallery

Window repairs, 1499qn

Canberra Southern Cross Club

Community support, 2488

Canberra Technology Park

Costs, 4106q

Management, 3039q

Cemeteries

Expenses, 4039qn

Legislation, 1688, 2005, 2066, 4063, 4376

Central Financing Unit

Borrowing costs, 3388qn

Chief Minister’s portfolio

Annual report, 4418

Expenditure, 2840

Management infrastructure review, 3392qn

Children

Abuse, 951

Child care staff, 1318

Deaths, 1463qn

Gungahlin child-care, 68q, 101

Mental health services, 59q, 102

Playground safety guidelines, 1453qn

Rights, 3919q, 4488q

Services, 3314q

Worker screening, 1461qn

Cigarettes and tobacco

Young people, 1551q

Circus Royale

Eddison Park use, 4054qn

CLUBSACT

Awards for excellence, 1587

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

Report, 1267, 1384

Representation, 1267, 1448

Compensation

Criminal injuries, 2345q

Lump sum payouts, 4525qn

Workers compensation, 372, 1986, 2333, 2393, 2860, 3003, 3417, 3675

Computers

Information Industry Development Board, 492

Legislative Assembly, 4052qn

Costa, Mrs R

Death, 3979

Courts and tribunals

Bail reform, 353q

Cases, 2766qn

Civil proceedings, 4240q

Common law, 3174

Domestic relationships, 1389

Family Court, Project Magellan, 2750qn

Hearing delays, 2761qn

Lump sum payouts, 1501qn

Magistrates Court, 2219, 3244

Model litigants, 1503qn

Parent summonses, 1082qn

Property law, de facto relationships, 1281

Sentencing, 603, 3322

Sub judice convention, 4476

Supreme Court, 116

Crime

Argyle Apartments, 2160qn

Assets confiscation, 3886

Break-ins, 145q

Bushfire lighting, 451

Child abuse, 951

Common law, 4063

Community based sentences, 4374

Corruption, 3730q

Criminal Code 2002, 312, 3977

Criminal responsibility, 545

Disorderly behaviour, 3773

Domestic violence, 1083qn

Drink spiking, 1915

Elder abuse, 2752qn

False allegations, 2783qn

Graffiti, 752qn, 4043qn

Hoaxes, 88, 114, 375, 544, 565, 591

Industrial manslaughter, 4103q

Kambah, 553q

Kippax vandalism, 4535qn

Legislative amendments, 4083

Neighbourhood Watch, 3431q, 3440q

Offence rates, 3536q

Offences, 3278

Offenders, 4086, 4126

Pack rape, 2491

Prevention, 2742qn, 4034qn

Proceeds, confiscations, 3125qn

Prostitution, 3177

Security cameras, 3600

Sex offenders, 3433q

Sexual assault, 2781qn

Statistics, 2435q

Unborn children, 3220q, 3368

Vandalism, Pine Island, 4053qn

Vehicle immobilisers, 3379qn

Defence

Federal budget, 1589

Development

Application revocation, 2461

Approvals, 112, 297qn, 379

Belconnen, 3271

Bruce Ridge, 2959q

Canberra Airport office accommodation strategy, 4303

City Walk, 4038qn, 4045qn

Civic Centre, 2402

Common trenching, 1136qn

Community gardens, 1134qn

Cook shops, 593

Costs, 69q; min st, 95; 98, 2248q, 3725q

Deakin shops, 2449q

Estimates model, 3732q

Gold Creek joint venture, 3829q, 3872

Griffin Centre, 1837q, 1893q, 1938q

Griffith, 1422q, 1430q

Gungahlin, 521qn, 763qn, 768qn, 3042q

Hill Corner, Yarralumla, 2745qn, 3160q, 4359q

Hughes, 524qn

Hungarian-Australian Club, 1523, 4433q

Inquiry, 1988, 2330, 2654

Kingston foreshore, 562, 3045

Kippax, 1883

Labor Club site, 2018q

Land releases, 1315q, 2214, 2260q, 2453q, 3218q, 3310q

Land use, 2688q

Latham shops, 400q, 550q, 710q, 2767qn

Macgregor, qn

Narrabundah Section 129, 1732

O’Malley, 2231, 2240, 2917

Orana School, 4025qn

Policies, 4091q

Public land, 3105qn

Red Hill, 3219q

Rezoning, 4249q, 4358q

Sales, 1223q, 1269, 2956q, 3030q, 4237q, 4255q

Servicing costs, 1628q, 2950q, 3042q

St Andrews retirement village, 4525qn

Statesman Hotel, 915q, 1015q

Street addresses, 1393

Torrens service station site, 1132qn

Town centres, 3265

Turner, 4518qn, 4524qn

Watson High School site, 4023qn, 4106q

Weston, section 94, 767qn

Woden master plan, 4532qn

Yerrabi 2 estate, 4093q

Diplomatic service

Chinese Embassy, Falun Gong protest, 915q

Disabled persons

Assistance, 234q

Federal-State agreement, 3158q

Funding agreements, 3040q

Gallop report, 339q, 343q, 346q, 390q, 394q, 396q, 399q, 402q, 404q, 467q, 479q, 1004q

Government schools, 525qn

Group housing, 1178qn

Inquiry, 361

Services, 1204, 1253, 3271

Students, 3167q, 4116

Technical aid, qn

Disasters

Bushfires [See BUSHFIRES]

Drought assistance, 3644q

Diseases and pests

Control, 2324

Dogs

Control, 3284, 3681

Responsible owners scheme, 1514qn

Drought

Assistance, 3644q

Declaration, 3923q

Water conservation, 3820q

Drugs

Amphetamines, 3909q

Legislation, 685

Needle exchange program, 142q, 236q

Policy, 2269

Prescriptions, 278, 1534

Taskforce, proposed, 1361, 1376

Treatments, 1409

Young people, 1563

Economy

Credit rating, 406q, 448q

Indicators, 56q

Revenue estimates, 1413q

White paper, 1217q, 1303q

Eddison Park

Use, 4054qn

Education

Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, 244, 3043, 4113

Australian International Hotel School, 754qn, 780qn, 1488qn, 3385qn, 4532qn

Boys, 1316q, 1431q, 2738qn

Bushfire and safety education, 3570

Canberra Institute of Technology, 2741qn

Class sizes, 470q, 480q

Connors inquiry, 3732q, 3818q, 3833q, 4252q

Costs, 3642q

Enrolment figures, 1099qn

Expenditure, 475q, 476q, 546q, 700q, 2343q

Funding, 137q, 230q, 821q, 917q, 941, 2955q, 3072

Indigenous performance, 244

Inquiry, 870

Learning for Life program, 1489qn

Literacy and numeracy, 65q, 352q

Nicholls childhood centre, 2740qn

O'Connell Centre, 1104qn

Religious study, 2451q

Retention rates, 557q, 1329

Reviews, 2259q

Schools -

Blue Gum School, 1842q, 1950, 3149

Clean-up day, 1164qn

Condom vending machines, 1003q, 1023q

Government primary schools, 2737qn

Government Schools Education Council, 3526q

Independent schools funding, 822q

IT grants, 814q, 905q

Miles Franklin Primary School, 4361, 4493

Non-government schools, funding, 2264q

Orana School, 4025qn

Sandpit maintenance, 1140qn

St John Vianney Primary School, 309

Students -

Christmas card competition, 4495

Disabled, 229q, 234q, 238q, 525qn, 3167q, 4116

Extra-curricular expenses, 4108q

Testing program, 227q

Tax credits, 138q

University of Canberra, 1629q, 1725q, 2024q, 2081q, 2084q, 3427q, 3430q, 3439q, 3482, 3537q

Vocational, 555q, 645q, 2726qn

Education, Youth and Family Services portfolio

Estimates, 3388qn, 4028qn

Electoral

Boundaries, 3367

Political donations, 599

Redistribution, 2999, 3149

Referendum, 2918, 2995

Senate vacancy, 3733q

Voting patterns, 188

Electricity and Water Authority

Gas-fired power station, 814q

GreenChoice power, 1659

Management, 1485qn, 1516qn

Mini-hydro plants, 1465qn

Pensioner concessions, 4040qn

Price rises, 1840q

Retail competition, 1793qn; min st, 3740; 4050qn

Services, 1796qn

Social responsibility, 1743

Yarralumla electricity supply, 1496qn

Emergency Services

Bushfire Cooperative Research Centre, 4238q

Radio system, 3219q

Employment and unemployment

Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, 3213q

Apprentices and trainees, 2700

Job growth, 1925q

Labour force statistics, 851

Levels, 2831q, 2839q

Skills 500 program, 1458qn

Statistics, qn

Environment and conservation

1080 poison bait, 2747qn

Agistment paddocks, steel gates, 1068qn, 1070qn

Air pollution, 1129qn

Australian Ethical Investment Ltd, 1979

Blackberry spraying, 3383qn

Building sites, 4517qn

Canberra Nature Park, 1067qn

Chifley bio-bin trial, 2220, 2229

Chilean needle grass, 1120qn

Container deposits, 964, 1061

Drought, 3314q

Earth Charter, 1606

Endangered places, 4049qn

Environment protection measures, 3634

Firewood, 3394qn

Funding, 1931q

Graffiti, 1143qn

Greenhouse gases, 1659

Helpline operating hours, qn

Heritage legislation, 3047

Lake pollution, 919q

Litter, 291qn, 407q, 480q, 1124qn, 4056qn

Magpies, 3221q

Mogo charcoal facility, 440

Mount Painter, 2169qn, 2760qn

Murray-Darling Basin, 1065

National Environment Protection Council, 562

Noise pollution, 1171qn, 1176qn

Plantation forests, 1676

Recycling, 3750

Snowy River, 3092

Solar hot water rebate, 1613

Summernats burnout smoke, 1130qn

Sustainability, min st, 2027; 2689q, 3539

Transgrid bulldozer incident, 149q

Transport education policy, 3856

Trees, 3535q, 3647q

Urban open space, 3271, 3308q

Water efficiency, 3491

Water restrictions, 3429q

Water reuse, 1958

Families

International Day, 1663

Relationship agreements, 1760

Same-sex couples, 3487

Substitute parents, 1719q

Family Services

Official Visitor, 2741qn

Federal-state relations

Council of Australian Governments, min st, 4449

Disability agreement, 3158q

Self-determination, 2960

Finance

Accountability, 4209

Appropriation changes, 1730

Appropriations, 239, 274, 711

Audits, 714, 1024, 4426

Blessington analysis, 2034

Budget -

Assistance grants, 2089qn

Changes, 826q, 1022q

Consultation, min st, 261; 911q

Expenditure, 270, 1012q

Generally, 1716q

Position, 60q, 97

(See also BUDGET 2002-2003)

Central Financing Unit, 2877

Commission of Audit, 1217q, 1219q, 1222q, 1233q, 1318q, 1624q, 3521q, 4426, 4528qn, 4532qn

Commonwealth Grants Commission, 749qn

Commonwealth payments, 2102qn

Consolidated management report, 1641

Consolidated statement, 239

Conveyancing revenue, 1448

Credit providers, 3083

Credit rating, 3420q, 3635q

Dividends, 2090qn

Economic white paper, 1932q

Election commitments, 4206

Expenditure, 265, 313

Expenditure Review Committee, 3035q

Family trusts, 4037qn

Federal budget, 1692

Fee collections, 2091qn

Festival funding, 1096qn

Fines, 2092qn

General purpose funding, 2094qn

Government contracts, 2644, 3463

Government debt, 1637q

GST revenue grants, 2099qn

Interest received, 2100qn

Investment strategy, 700q

Legislation, 90, 91

Management, 841, 2459, 2645, 2668q, 2683q, 3172, 3362, 3650

Operating results, 223q, 4398q, 4403q, 4405q, 4407q, 4414q, 4416q

Rates collection, 2098qn

Rental bond interest, 1637q, 1725q, qn

Revenue, 469q, 2103qn, 4080

Roads to recovery program allocations, 2114qn

Structuring fund, 4031qn

Superannuation investments, 811q

Supplementary appropriation, 3132qn-3146qn

Tax collections, 2104qn

Territory accounts, 2332

Treasurer’s Advance, 2460, 2533q, 3081, 4397, 4433, 4476

User charges, 2097qn

Fireworks

Ban, 105

Control, 2316

Inquiry, 2177

Legislation, 4428, 4513qn

Licences, 2022q, 2027q

New Year’s Eve, 4239q

Regulation, 1160qn, 4031qn, 4032qn, 4033qn

Retail trade, 1687

Sales, 1504qn, 1512qn

WorkCover depot, 1936q

Floriade

Costs, 4038qn

Fence, 2827q

Forestry

Charcoal plant, 231q

Freeth, Sir Gordon KBE

Death, 191

Fulton, Mr F

Death, 3979

Gambling

Bookmaking legislation, 458

Casino Canberra, 3304q

Charnwood TAB agency, 3605

Community contributions, 241

Credit betting, 1221q

Gaming machines, 222q, 1199, 1414q, 3324

Racing revenues, 696q

Statistics, 751qn

Garland, Brigadier A

Death, 791

Glebe Park

Maintenance, 1170qn

Gorton, Sir John GCMG, AC, CH

Death, 1799

Government

Achievements, 3423q, 3445

Bungendore weekend, 637q

Chief Minister -

Behaviour, 2389

Election, 3

Responsibilities, 1451

Commitments, min st, 78; 1564

Consultancies, 357q

Contracts, 3326, 4204

Council of Australian Governments, min st, 1026

Credit rating, 3635q

Inquiries, reviews and task forces, 2115qn, 2131qn, 2727qn

Inspectors and rangers, 1105qn, 1109qn

Media releases, 233q, 475q

Ministerial arrangements, 696, 1000, 2823

Ministerial correspondence, 351q, 1141qn, 1142qn, 4360

Ministerial councils, 2769qn

Ministerial staff, 3529q, 3533q, 3538q

Policies, 5, 99, 103

Records management, 974

Red tape task force, 4048qn

Representation, 1416q

Reviews, inquiries and consultancies, 642q

Women in ministry, 630q

Graffiti

Control measures, 4043qn

Griffin Centre

Enhancement, 1223q, 1265q, 1307q

Gungahlin

Development, 763qn, 768qn, 846

Family services, 3314q

Planning, 3435q

Policies, 99

Street names, 3651

Telecommunication services, 2981

Town centre, 4402q

Harcourt Hill

Woodland, 2953q, 3042q

Harris, Mr N. OAM

Death, 588

Health

Aborigines and Torres Strait Islanders, 2035, 2083

Action plan, 2948q, 4233q, 4264

After-hours medical care, 1544q

Artificial conception, 1985, 2179

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, 1534

Breast cancer, 3477, 3482

Bulk-billing, 3589

Cerebral palsy, 3599

Childhood obesity, 3249

Chlamydia, 910q

Dementia respite care, 1271

Dental, 522qn, 2265q, qn

Gene technology, 688, 4389

General practitioners, 2158qn

Home births, 2258q

Immunisation rates, 1933q, 2034q

Lanyon Valley doctors, 2543q

Lead-based paint, 1074qn

Maternity services, 4095q

Mental health, 59q, 102, 1229q, 1231q, 1643, 1795qn, 1844q, 2679q, 2777qn, 3000, 3151, 4420

Midwifery program, 1312q

Occupational health and safety, 1597

Passive smoking, 3205, 3225

Performance report, 2026q

Poison mushrooms, 4526qn

Promotion, 777qn

Radiation therapy delays, 3640q

Rainbow mental health consumer facility, 2777qn

Reforms, 3893

Respite care, 2536q, 4519qn, 4531qn

Services, 4072, 4185

Sexually transmitted diseases, 3001

Stem cell research, 922, 926

Health and Community care portfolio

Estimates, 4028qn

Executives, 4086q, 4256q

Office accommodation, 4412q

Health and Community Services

Complaints, 427

Hennessy House

Secure unit, 405q

Hood, Captain G

Death, 871

Hospitals

Beds, 2172qn

Calvary Hospital, 2826q, 3094, 3302q, 3312q

Canberra Hospital -

Doctors, 3377qn

Expenditure, 61q, 72q

Funding, 139q, 703q, 746q

Management, 1928q

New South Wales patients, 2753qn

Praise, 4360

Services, 342q

Convalescent facilities, 1427q

Funding, 2252q

Nurse practitioner accreditation, 3196

Nurses, 224q, 3305q

Nursing homes, 296qn, 359q, 2169qn

Surgeon resignations, 3034q

Waiting lists, 2432q, 2437q, 2439q, 2442q, 2444q, 2530q, 2534q, 2946q, 3811q, 3823q, 3910q, 3915q, 3925q, 3980, 4097q, 4253q

Housing

Adaptable properties, 3728q, 3926q

Affordability, 64q, 3216q, 3523q

Affordable housing taskforce, 4426

Assistance, 4119

Body corporate management, 1072qn

Braddon flats, 1469qn

Community housing, 1978

Consultants, 1471qn

Disabled persons, 1178qn

Emergency access, 181

Evictions, 534qn, 1792qn

Fire safety, 2956q, 3030q, 4400q, 4409q, 4411q

First home owner grants, 971, 1539, 2163qn

Flat complexes, safety standards, 2450q

Funding, 3127qn

Gungahlin boarding house, 2440q

Henty Street, Braddon, 1167qn

Homelessness, 2660, 3931

Housing Trust tenants, 516

Kelvin Court, 3727q

Maintenance, 535qn, 2025q, 3728q, 3917q, 4106q

Men’s accommodation, 1090qn, 1126qn, 1457qn, 4529qn

Monterey Apartments, 2161qn, 2781qn

Occupant debt, 2787qn

Office of Rental Bonds, 3729q

Payments, 1076qn

Policy, min st, 1735

Priorities, 4053qn

Private rental market, 393q

Properties, 1145qn, 2164qn

Rates, 1144qn

Rental accommodation, 588

Rental bonds, 1637q, 1725q, qn, 3831q

Rental properties, energy ratings, 1484qn, 1500qn

Rental rebates, 4050qn

Sales, 1509qn

St Andrews retirement village, 524qn

Stocks, 530qn, 1081qn, 2162qn

Tenants -

Debts, 526qn, 533qn

Generally, qn

Specialist team, 1077qn

Vacant properties, 1079qn

Waiting list, 528qn

Young people, 1731

Howse, John Brooke VRD, CStJ

Death, 2490

Human rights

Bill of rights, 830, 838, 1548q, 4101q, 4242q

Discrimination, 876, 3889

Gay and lesbian legislation, 4368

Protests, 3913q

Racial vilification, 4096q

Same-sex couples, 819q

Sexual issues, 2982, 4420

Unborn children, 3488

Immigration

Centre for Refugee Research, 4361

Refugee convention, 4330

Industrial relations

Days lost, 2114qn

Employer negligence, 4381

Long service leave portability, 4214, 4262

Maternity leave, 4246q

Outworkers, 3795

Safety net review, 650

Information technology

Policy, 1926q

Insurance

Adventure activities, 2921

Building contractors, 1391

Civic Carousel, 3211q

Civil laws, 3213q

Compensation framework, 2497

Compulsory third party, 3643q, 3646q

Construction, 1761, 1779

Equestrian park, 3303q

Home warranty, 1001q

Law reform, 2423

Legislation, 2833q, 3282

Liability, 3336, 3369, 3371, 3372, 3374

Medical indemnity, 3154q

Ministerial summit, min st, 3737

Park-care groups, 2533q, 2697q

Premiums, 350q, 1687

Public liability, 556q; min st, 847; 1168qn, 1846q, 2096qn, 2401, 2533q, 2697q, 3159q, 3161q, 3294, 3342, 4104q

Summit discussions, 1587

Tort law reform, 3720q

Trade Practices Act, 2538q

International affairs

Afghanistan, 284

China, 1557q, 2028

East Timor, 1715, 1752

Iraq, 3545, 3602

New Zealand, 1235

Sister cities, 1123qn

United Kingdom, 4111

United States, 4111

Johnson, Mr J

Tribute, 746, 747

Judiciary

Common law actions, 2643

Finnane, Justice Michael, 2491

Lalor, Mr G., special magistrate, 2390

Lake Ginninderra

Foreshore refurbishment, 1493qn

Land

Assessment directions, 762qn

Belconnen, 4237q, 4255q

Development costs [See DEVELOPMENT]

Dual occupancy, 146q, 232q

Leases -

Details, 1781qn

Generally, 1236, 3929

Variations, 371, 484, 649, 1236, 1781qn

Rates payment, 781qn

Releases, 1315q, 2214, 2260q, 2453q, 3218q, 3310q

Sales, 1223q, 1269, 2956q, 3030q, 4237q, 4255q

Latham, Mr M

Support, 1447

Legal profession

No-win, no-pay advertising, 2500

Legislative Assembly

Accessibility, 3311q

Annual report, 3317

Anticipation of debate, 1269

Bills, consideration, 3318

Business, 1692, 1883, 2049, 3004, 3083, 3293

Chamber, seating, 3147

Committees -

2001-02 annual reports, 3289, 3290

Administration and Procedure, 360, 461, 692, 1253, 4386, 4389

Community Services and Social Equity, 203, 220, 463, 861, 994, 1000, 2660, 3292, 3667, 3931

Deliberative meetings, 2923

Education, 464, 869, 979, 1411, 1412

Education, Community Services and Recreation, 2388

Establishment, 44

Estimates 2001-2002, 316, 375, 691, 802, 859, 1025

Estimates 2002-2003, 2004, 2035, 2331, 2405, 2792, 3291

Finance and Public Administration, 483, 713

Health, 688, 868, 979, 981, 998, 3187, 4389

Health and Community Care, 2386, 3318

Legal Affairs, 221, 374, 463, 465, 543, 564, 737, 861, 868, 869, 984, 1185, 1522, 1734, 1806, 1828, 2176, 2305, 2316, 2404, 2653, 2790, 3149, 3320, 3417, 3714, 3885, 4062, 4385, 4428

Membership, 55, 3670, 3896, 3905, 3965

Planning and Environment, 311, 465, 869, 975, 987, 1047, 1188, 1395, 1523, 1597, 2402, 2650, 2791, 3291, 3412, 3620, 3746, 4062, 4429

Planning and Urban Services, 1850

Privileges, 2011, 2049, 2060, 2072, 2402, 3412, 3605, 3642q, 3697, 3936, 3940

Public Accounts, 466, 695, 721, 870, 989, 992, 999, 2332, 3293, 3674, 4395

Status of Women, 51, 3876

Computers, 4052qn

Criticising the Speaker, 3774

Debates -

Anticipation, 1261

Extension of time, 3617

Relevance, 3451, 3458, 3867

Deputy Speaker, election, 13

Discussions, opening, 1563

Documents, 1447, 3154, 3170, 3529

Email investigation, 3605, 3642, , 3697, 3936

Imputations, 1631, 2018, 3667, 3946, 4434

Inquiries, 381, 2495

Italiano, Ms C., innovations, 4488

Language -

‘Comfort to those who would seek to attack our country’, 3648

‘Dingo’, 1949

‘Disingenuous claims of honesty’, 2380

‘Dollying’, 1451

‘Downright liar’, 2670

‘Fruitloops’, 3648

‘Handiwork of a schoolboy socialist’, 3330

‘Mislead’, 2194

‘That is an outright lie’, 2534

‘They are not being honest’, 2897

‘This is a government that is not prepared to be honest’, 2804

‘When will you deal with them in good faith’, 1631

Language, offensive or disorderly, 2789, 4059

Language, unparliamentary, 515, 2381

Leader of the Opposition, 3709, 4060

Legislation, 452, 1388, 1395, 2182, 2454

Legislative amendments, 4363

Library losses, 541qn

Matters of public importance -

Aboriginal health, 2035

Aboriginal tent embassy, 3050

ACT Housing, Treasurer’s Advance, 4433

ActewAGL, 1743

Auditor-General’s report, 4397

Budget, 1238

Draft variation 200, 3328

Drug dependence, 2269

Drugs in schools, 1563, 1572

Employment levels, 851

Garden City plan, 2473

Indigenous suffrage in Australia, 1852

Labor government, 3445

Mental health facilities, 1643

Recycling, 3750

Rugby world cup, 1433

Self-determination, right of ACT community, 2960

State control of planning and land development, 408

Stem cell research, 922

Sub judice convention, 4203

Training excellence awards, 2700

Women in the community, 724

Young people, role in the community, 1032

Meetings, 19, 339

Members -

Apologies, 3185

Berry, Mr W., leave of absence, 3047

Conduct, 1892, 1893, 4386

Cornwell, Mr G. -

Leave of absence, 2996

Statement, 3872

Cross, Mrs H. -

Independent status, 3411

Leave of absence, 2269, 2996, 3147

Liberal Party membership, 3147

Statement, 3687

Electorate offices, 4102q

Email security, 648

Entitlements, 4530qn

Hargreaves, Mr G., leave of absence, 1433

Humphries, Mr G., media statement, 2673q; 2690, 2694

Inaugural speeches -

Cross, Mrs H., 41

Dundas, Ms R., 30

Dunne, Mrs V., 33

Gallagher, Ms K., 37

MacDonald, Ms K., 25

Pratt, Mr S., 22

Leave of absence, 2389, 4455

MacDonald, Ms K., leave of absence, 2839

Numbers, 119, 129, 2305, 3294, 3320, 3440, 3675

Staff, McAllister, Mr G., 3978

Staff contracts, 70q, 150q

Stefaniak, Mr B., study trip, 3170

Swearing in, 2

Tucker, Ms K., leave of absence, 3047

Wood, Mr B., leave of absence, 2839

Ministerial statement -

Commonwealth, state and territory ministerial insurance summit, 847

Consultation on 2002-03 budget, 261

Council of Australian Governments meeting, 1026, 4449

Future directions of departments under the jurisdiction of the Deputy Chief Minister, 157

Future directions of Education, Youth and Family Services, Planning and Industrial Relations, 249

Future directions of Urban Services and the Arts, 246

Greenfields development, 95

Housing, Labor government’s priorities and directions, 1735

Indigenous affairs, 151

Labor government’s commitments, 78, 1564

Ministerial summits on insurance, 3737

Retail contestability of electricity, 3740

Sustainable bush capital in the new millennium, 2028

Water resource strategy, 4120

Water restrictions, 3933

Motions, widening scope, 1684

Notices, 112

Opening, 1

Order of the day, 432, 486, 564, 1539, 2996, 3005

Papers, 13, 72, 75, 76, 77, 238, 244, 360, 370, 373, 432, 482, 561, 711, 721, 828, 829, 840, 841, 1024, 1026, 1234, 1235, 1237, 1432, 1562, 1641, 1727, 1728, 1849, 1850, 1851, 2027, 2028, 2212, 2215, 2385, 2386, 2453, 2458, 2460, 2467, 2698, 2700, 2838, 2960, 3043, 3047, 3050, 3171, 3172, 3173, 3317, 3440, 3441, 3442, 3443, 3650, 3736, 3927, 4109, 4110, 4112, 4425, 4432, 4489

Personal explanations -

Cornwell, Mr G., 964, 1265

Cross, Mrs H., 560

Dunne, Mrs V., 170, 648, 1021, 3170, 4256

Generally, 561

Humphries, Mr G., 238, 649, 828, 1725, 3649

Pratt, Mr S., 170, 827, 3648

Quinlan, Mr T., 3650

Smyth, Mr B., 2696, 3223

Tucker, Ms K., 936, 1345, 1727, 3647, 3714

Personal explanations, ruling, 561

Petitions -

Abortion legislation, 800, 875, 2495

Dragway, 875

Fireworks, 105

Gungahlin Drive, 21

Public liability insurance coverage, 2401

TAB agency, 3605

Petitions, out of order, 2472, 4117

Platt, Mrs S., retirement, 4487

Points of order, frivolous, 142

Police investigation, 593, 629q, 633q, 636q, 648, 702q, 742

Precincts, 4213

Premises, control, 3785

Privilege, 309, 800, 997, 1000q, 1447

Proceedings, broadcasting, 13, 72, 461, 3785, 4212

Program, 365

Question Time, 3091

Questions -

Hypothetical, 3642

Legal opinions, 3244

Ministerial responsibilities, 3643

Personal comments, 3723

Preambles, 477, 481

Renewal, 3833

Repeating, 913

Supplementary, 4250

Questions on notice, 827q, 913, 1848, 3927

Reference to members by their proper titles, 3460

Reflection on a vote, 3317

Reflection on the chair, 708

Reflections on a member, 3689

Reflections on members’ staff, 3692

Ryder, Mr K., retirement, 4487

Scope of legislation, 2190

Secretariat, expenditure, 2839

Sitting costs, qn

Sitting delay, 379

Sitting pattern, 220, 4454

Speaker -

Absence, 3050

Birthday, 3685

Criticism, 2062

Election, 3

Speeches, 2013

Standing order 34, 2490

Standing order 55, 3689

Standing order 56, 2789

Standing order 69(j), 3617

Standing order 118, 2020

Standing order 118A, 827

Standing order 119, 481

Standing order 130, 1269, 1985

Standing order 136, 2567

Standing order 140, 1298, 1684

Standing order 180, 1061

Standing order 212, 3170

Standing order 217, 205

Standing order 221, 3670, 3681

Standing orders, 198, 738, 859, 981, 1061, 1571, 2175, 3223, 3697, 3709, 3895, 3940

Sub judice convention, 408, 1204, 4203

Subordinate legislation, 484, 564, 1238, 3173, 3931, 4118

Temporary deputy speakers, 407

Unparliamentary language, 515, 2381

Valedictory, 281, 284, 4487, 4489-98

Visitors, 22, 342, 1234, 3642

Weeks, Ms Maureen, tribute, 2389, 2390

Widening the scope of a motion, 1604

Legislative Assembly (Petitions)

Abortion legislation, 543, 1185, 2790

Block 12 Section 2 Belconnen, 3271

Blue Gum School, 3149

Fireworks, 1687

Land auction, East O’Malley, 2917

Libraries, 1519, 2175

Rugby world cup, 1799

St John Vianney Primary School pedestrian crossing, 309

Toilet facility at Cook shops, 593

Legislative Assembly (Rulings)

Anticipation of debate, 1269

Consideration of bills, 3318

Personal explanations, 561

Question preambles, 477, 481

Questions, 913

Reflection on a vote, 3317

Reflection on the chair, 708

Sub judice convention, 408, 1204

Widening the scope of a motion, 1684

LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY (VOTES)

Cemeteries and Crematoria Bill 2002 -

Reference to committee -

That Ms Tucker’s motion be agreed to, 2072

Civil Law (Wrongs) Bill 2002 -

Clause 119 -

That clause 119 be agreed to, 3359

Courts and tribunals -

That the motion be agreed to, 627

Crimes (Abolition of Offence of Abortion) Bill 2001 -

That this bill be agreed to in principle, 2569

Crimes Amendment Bill 2001 (No 2) -

Clause 2 -

That Mr Stefaniak's amendment No 1 be agreed to, 576

Development, inquiry -

That the debate be now adjourned, 2331

Development, O’Malley land auction -

Than Ms Tucker’s motion be agreed to, 2242

Duties (Insurance Exemptions) Amendment Bill 2002 -

Clause 6 -

That Ms Dundas’ amendment be agreed to, 2081

Education, funding inquiry -

That Mr Pratt's motion be agreed to, 950

Gaming Machine (Women’s Sports) Amendment Bill 2002 -

Clause 2 -

That Mr Humphries’ amendment be agreed to, 1872

Gungahlin Drive -

That Ms Tucker’s amendment be agreed to, 512

That Mr Pratt’s motion be agreed to, 513

Health, action plan -

That Mr Smyth’s amendment to Ms Tucker’s amendment be agreed to, 4294

That Ms Tucker’s amendment be agreed to, 4294

That Mr Smyth’s motion be agreed to, 4295

Health, childhood obesity -

That Mr Corbell’s amendment be agreed to, 3256

Health and Community Care Services (repeal and Consequential Amendments) Bill 2002 -

That this bill be agreed to in principle, 4079

Health Regulation (Maternal Health Information) Repeal Bill 2001 -

That this bill be agreed to in principle, 2606

Hospitals, nurse practitioner accreditation -

That Mr Stanhope’s amendment be agreed to, 3205

Immigration, refugee convention -

That Ms Gallagher’s amendment be agreed to, 4355

That Mr Pratt’s amendment be agreed to, 4356

Industrial relations, long service leave portability -

That Ms MacDonald’s motion be agreed to, 4264

Land (Planning and Environment) Amendment Bill 2002 -

That clause 4 be agreed to, 3263

Legislative Assembly, committees, Community Services and Social Equity -

That Mr Stefaniak’s motion be agreed to, 3670

Legislative Assembly, committees, membership -

That Ms Dundas’ motion be agreed to, 3904

That Mrs Cross’ motion, as amended, be agreed to, 3908

Legislative Assembly, committees, Privileges -

That the motion, as amended, be agreed to, 2062

Legislative Assembly, committees, Privileges -

That the debate be adjourned, 3709

Legislative Assembly, committees, Privileges, report -

That Ms Tucker’s motion be agreed to, 3946

Legislative Assembly, Leader of the Opposition -

That Mr Humphries’ motion be agreed to, 3713

Legislative Assembly, standing orders, suspension -

That Mr Smyth’s motion be agreed to, 3224

Maternal Health Legislation Amendment Bill 2002 -

That this bill be agreed to in principle, 2630

Medical Practitioners (Maternal Health) Amendment Bill 2002 -

Clause 4 -

That Mr Stefaniak’s amendments Nos 1 and 2 be agreed to, 2611

Section 55E -

That Mrs Dunne’s amendment No 1 be agreed to, 2616

That Mrs Dunne’s amendment to proposed section 55E be agreed to, 2621

Section 55F -

That Ms Tucker’s amendment No 1 be agreed to, 2617

That Mrs Dunne’s amendment to insert new section 55F be agreed to, 2625

Planning and Land Bill 2002 -

That Mrs Dunne’s amendment be agreed to, 3964

That the bill be agreed to in principle, 3965

Clause 7 -

That Mr Corbell’s amendment be agreed to, 4169

Clause 13 -

That clause 13, as amended, be agreed to, 4172

Clauses 24 to 36 -

That clauses 24 to 36, as amended, be agreed to, 4457

Clauses 37 to 72 -

That clauses 37 to 72, as amended, be agreed to, 4471

The Bill -

That this bill, as amended, be agreed to, 4476

Planning, legislation -

That Mr Corbell’s amendment be agreed to, 3856

Planning, Narrabundah -

That the motion, as amended, be agreed to, 896

Planning, Territory Plan, variation 200 -

That the motion be agreed to, 2981

Property law, de facto relationships -

That Ms Dundas’ amendment be agreed to, 1298

Public Access to Government Contracts Amendment Bill 2002 -

Clause 4 -

That Ms Dundas’ amendment be agreed to, 3471

Public service, annual reports -

That Mr Quinlan's amendment be agreed to, 940

Rates and Land Tax Amendment Bill 2002 -

That this bill be agreed to in principle, 1814

Revenue Legislation Amendment Bill 2002 -

That this bill be agreed to in principle, 2822

Roads, Gungahlin Drive -

That Ms Tucker’s amendment be agreed to, 3243

Roads, Gungahlin Drive extension -

That Mr Corbell’s amendment, as amended, be agreed to, 178

That the debate be adjourned, 1978

Senior citizens day-care facilities -

That Mr Cornwell’s motion be agreed to, 4330

Social welfare, Farmhand appeal -

That Mr Humphries’ motion, as amended, be agreed to, 3511

Social welfare, low-income, self-funded retirees -

That Mr Cornwell’s motion be agreed to, 2302

Transport, light rail services -

That Mr Corbell’s motion be agreed to, 436

Water conservation and reuse -

That Mr Wood’s amendments be agreed to, 1976

Women, discrimination -

That Mrs Cross' amendment be agreed to, 680

That the question be divided, 682

Workers Compensation Supplementation Fund Amendment Bill 2002 -

That the debate be adjourned, 3418

Leonard, Ms H

Death, 193

Libraries

Civic Library, 2175, 2263q

Kippax, 1519, 3308q, 3316q, 4044qn

Missing items, 304qn

Refugee display, 3130qn

Local Government Shires Association

H Division meetings, 2751qn, 2785qn

Maxwell, Mr R

Departure, 3094

Melville, Sir Leslie KBE, CBE

Death, 1519

MINISTRY [See GOVERNMENT]

Motor vehicles

Bullbars, 1429q

Immobilisers, 3279qn

Registration, digital images, 1692

Muir, Mr B

Death, 1449

O’Connell Centre

Motion, 2230

Opposition

Leadership, 8

Outward Bound Australia

Programs, 3184

ParentLine

Funding, 1008q

Pests and diseases

Plant quarantines, 3472

Pipelines

Breakage incident, 1794qn

Planning

Application revocations, 2388

Approval Assurance Unit, 4024qn

Control, 408

Garden City plan, 2473

Gungahlin, 3435q

Lease variations, 2698

Legislation, 2325, 3256, 3269, 3620, 3845, 3947, 3965, 4157, 4192, 4455

Narrabundah, 880

Neighbourhoods, 704q, 707q, 817q, 1831q, 1938q

Policy, 471q

Reforms, 3286

Shopping centres, 3328

Spatial plan, 2957q

Territory Plan, 842, 1692, 1829q, 2388, 2403, 2461, 2937, 2973, 3325, 4429

Turner, 1850

Weston, section 94, 767qn

Planning portfolio

Directors qualifications, 1103qn

Police force

Assembly briefings, 1560q

Driver training centre, 1180qn

Increases, 699q, 710q

Numbers, 147q, 2015q, 2342q

Police Ministers Council, 3434q, 3527q

Staff, 147q, 699q, 710q, 914q, 969, 2015q, 2342q

Woden Valley patrol cars, 1498qn

Political parties

ACT Greens, 11

Australian Democrats, 12

Australian Labor Party, 703q, 823q

Liberal Party, Cross, Mrs H., expulsion, 3147

School students, 1175qn

Postal services

Junkmail, 289qn, 3782

Prices

Inquiries, 239

Prisons and prisoners

Correctional facilities, 1478qn

Corrective Services audit, 97

Detention centres, 2718

DNA testing, 759qn

Mental health, 917q, 1022q

New South Wales jails, 1480qn

Periodic detention, 235q, 760qn, 812q, 2712

Rehabilitation, 320, 3891

Remand centre protocol, 3908q

Remand facility, 2541q, 2823q, 2827q, 2830q, 2835q, 3029q, 3036q, 3637q

Temporary remand centre, 3637q, 3724q, 3774q, 3830q, 3863

Privacy

Digital images, 2482

Public Service

Administrative Appeals Tribunal, 3971, 4484

Allowances, 1783qn

Annual reports, 426, 486, 489, 938, 1429, 1432, 3327

Appeals Tribunal, 3629

Appointments, 632q, 634q, 647q

Computer thefts, 1094qn

Executive contracts, 73, 561, 829, 1234, 1561, 1849, 2268, 2454, 2838, 3171, 3441, 3736, 4109

Freedom of information, 355q, 2755qn

Future directions, min st, 157

Indemnification, 4488q

Indigenous employees, 3213q

Inquiries, reviews and taskforces, 3981qn, 3994qn, 3999qn, 4003qn, 4014qn, 4021qn

Inspectors and rangers, 769qn

Job cuts, 920q

Management, 481, 2155qn

Performance reports, 2467

Records management, 1874

Short-term contracts, 76

Standards, 627q

Public Trustee

Financial statements, 4419

Race and Sports Bookmaking Act 2001

Disallowances, 458

Rebikoff, Mr V

Appointment, 634q, 647q

Refshauge, Mr R

Service, 1266

Research

Gene technology, 456

Roads

Adopt a road program, 3439q, 3539q

Athllon Drive, 2105qn

Barton Highway, 2106qn

Black spots, 4518qn

Bridges, 2017q

Burnout legislation, 3639q

Callam Street realignment, 548q, 587

Caswell Drive, 2677q

Cotter Road, 2107qn

Drakeford Drive, 2107qn

Driver licences, 457, 741

Fairbairn Avenue, 4025qn

Flemington Road, 2108qn

Funding, 1839q

Gungahlin Drive, 21, 71q, 131, 170, 311, 427, 470q, 494, 510, 547q, 552q, 554q, 640q, 641q, 646q, 696q, 816q, 908q, 1311q, 1626q, 1630q, 1635q, 1643q, 1717q, 1832q, 1836q, 1976, 2109qn, 2191q, 2192q, 2195q, 2198q, 2401, 2527q, 2540q, 2541q, 2682q, 2686q, 3163q, 3165q, 3169, 3181, 3232, 3264, 3267, 3518q, 3600

Gungahlin street names, 3651

Horse Park Drive, 2109qn

Infrastructure maintenance, 2768qn

Maintenance, 4056qn

Nicholls roundabouts, 4533qn

Parking, Hall market, 1311q

Pedestrian crossings, 309

Projects, 2110qn

Queanbeyan bypass, 2023q

Rani Road, steel barrier gate, 1067qn

Safety, 228q, 1429q, 1559q

Signs, 143q

Speed cameras, 2170qn, 3126qn

Speed limits, 633q, 3168q

Speed zones, 1304q, 1426q

Street names, 3289

Traffic infringement income, 1637q, 1725q

Woden Town Centre parking, 519qn, 520qn

Roberts, Mr N

Death, 795

Royal Family

Golden jubilee, 2084

Queen Mother, death, 785

Samuel, Mr G

Appointments, 3638q

Scollen, Darcy

Benefit night, 1382

Senior citizens

Aged care, 1100qn, 1720q

Concessions, 1934q

Day-care facilities, 4318

Elder abuse, 1939, 2752qn, 3318

Facilities, 756qn, 757qn, 758qn, 1100qn

Free travel, 1492qn

Health promotion, 777qn

Mental health treatment, 1795qn

Nursing facilities, 779qn

Skateboards

Control, 551q

Smyth, Mr D

Death, 1383

Social welfare

Community advocacy groups, 2443q

Community organisations, 1092qn, 3834

Community sector accommodation, 698q

Community Services, complaints, 3645q

Disability services, 1632q

Farmhand appeal, 3495

Funding, 58q

Gallop report, 1004q

Homeless families, 3384qn

Lone fathers, 2684q

Low-income, self-funded retirees, 2295, 2300

Make-a-Wish Foundation, 3090

Men’s Reference Group, 1084qn

ParentLine, funding, 1008q

Policies, min st, 249

Poverty task group, 3377qn

Recipients review, 2749qn

Registered charities, 1122qn, 3131qn, 4522qn

Respite services, 3821q, 3920q

Services, 3292

Sport and recreation

Belconnen Magpies, 2491, 3182

Belconnen pool, 1980

Belconnen Warriors, rugby league, 2911

Brumbies rugby club, 4361

Brumbies rugby union team, 1979

Canberra Vikings, 3182

Charnwood skate park, 2256q

Civic Olympic Pool, 2157qn

Collingwood Football Club, 3184

Cycling, Downer jump track, 350q

Lyons oval, 1177qn

Motorsport -

Complex, 1179qn

Dragway, 875, 1018q, 2680q, 2836q, 3037q

Fairbairn Park hillclimb track, 1174qn

Noise, 1171qn, 1176qn

V8 supercar race, 1796qn, 2302, 2448q, 2750qn

Olympic preparation funding, 1545q

Powerboats, 3285

Professional teams support, 540qn

Racing, 1019q, 1639q

Rugby World Cup, 1227q, 1228q, 1307q, 1310q, 1433, 1547q, 1799, 3915q

Soccer, 1065

Waterskiing motorboat licences, 3977

Wests rugby union club, 3182

Women’s sport, 1815, 1865, 1895

World Masters Games, 3602

Strikes and stoppages

Garbage collectors, 3924q

Nurses strike, 224q

Superannuation

Errors alleged, 3722q

Investment losses, 1222q, 1233q, 1301q

Portfolio performance, 3516q, 3521q

Self-funded retirees, 4248q

Superannuation Unit, expenditure, 2878

Taxation

Betterment tax, 766qn

Business, 4373

Debits tax, 2725qn

Family trusts, 3209q

Gambling tax, 2093qn, 2397qn

Goods and services tax, 1828q, 1848q

Land tax, 1390, 1807, 3166q, 3209q, 3633

Payroll tax, 686, 1300q, 2014q, 2016q, 2095qn, 2211

Rates, 1425q

Stamp duties, 686, 2101qn, 4371

Terrorism

Bali bombings, 3399

Police and emergency services, 3432q

Security measures, 3813q, 3978

Toilets

Public, 290qn, 299qn

Totalcare Industries Ltd

Relocations, 782qn, 783qn

Report, 4057qn

Revenue, 4527qn

Tourism

Canberra Tourism and Events Corporation, 96, 101, 478, 4523qn

Contract confidentiality, 1931q

Convention Centre, 3815q, 3921q

Restaurant and catering awards, 1449

Trade unions

CFMEU, 3873

TransACT

Broadband access, 4041qn

Broadband rollout, 1841q

Funding, 2157qn

Gungahlin broadband services, 2019q, 2034q

Transport

ACT Fleet, 1472qn

ACTION -

Assets transfers, 94

Board members, 3162q, 3316q

Bus fleet, 3210q, 3223, 3263, 3264

Employees, 280

Management, 4379

Services, 473q, 480q, 1424q, 2828q, 2959q

Zone fare structure, 3817q, 3833q

Bus bike racks, 1723q

Helicopter ambulance, 303qn

Integrated study, 2022q

Light rail system, 432, 1552q

Public, 1423q, 2528q

Restricted hire vehicles, 1511qn

School buses, 66q

Strategic plan, 398q, 401q

Sustainable plan, 2825q

Taxis, security cameras, 3437q

Very fast train, 896, 936

Treasury portfolio

Annual report, 3442

Grants and purchased services, 3391qn

Tuggeranong

Community council, 1008q, 1419q

Community Festival, 3511, 3540

Urban Services PORTFOLIO

Estimates, 3387qn

Expenditure, 2898, 3005

Funds, 3386qn

Government shopfronts, 536qn

Housing staff, 1071qn

Performance reports, 4056qn

Vietnam Veterans Association

Long Tan commemoration, 2491

Wages and salaries

Increases, 1555q

Wakefield, Mrs B

Death, 188

Waste disposal

Garbage collection, 3924q

Kelvin Court, 3727q

Litter bins, 302qn

Mugga Lane facility, 1098qn, 2252q, 2452q

Water

Conservation and reuse, 1958, 1971, 1974, 3820q

Efficiency, 3491

Efficient shower heads, 3819q

Murray-Darling Basin, 1065

Regulations, 4432, 4455

Resource strategy, min st, 4120

Restrictions, 3429q; min st, 3933; 4534qn

Usage audit, 1455qn

Weston Park sprinklers, 4055qn

WetPC Pty Ltd

Interface technology, 4404q

WILLIAMSDALE quarry

Operations, 468q, 513

Women

Cabinet representation, 630q

Constitutional convention, 2083

Discrimination, 666, 876, 1901, 1983

International Day, 1181qn

Place names, 3781, 4295

Refuges, 1088qn

Roles, 724

Sport, 1815, 1865, 1895

Status, 51, 3876

WORKCOVER

Annual report, 3642q, 3832q, 3930

Explosives depot safety, 3520q, 3539q

Works

Funding, 1933q

Program, 483, 712, 1017q, 2171qn, 3046, 3928

Projects, 2196q

Youth

BMA magazine, 3476

Community role, 1032

Drugs, 1563

Grants, 4406q

Housing, 1731

InterACT, 2685q, 2718

National event, 1010q, 3183

Political activity, 558q

Tobacco use, 1551q

Young Achievement Australia, 3580